The Catholic Agency for Justice, Peace and Development

Donate to Caritas

Together, we can provide help and create hope.

 If you want to make a regular payment, enter the amount in the top section of the webform under 'other'.

 

Your support will make a difference. Together, we can tackle poverty and bring hope, life, peace and dignity to vulnerable communities around the world and within New Zealand.

Your support also allows us to respond immediately to emergencies, working through our partners on the ground to help poor and vulnerable people.  

Every dollar makes a difference. Donations of $5 and above are tax-deductible.

 

You can also donate in the following ways:

By direct deposit via the internet

Make a direct deposit (via internet banking) from your account directly into ours:

  • As a General/ specified to appeal or country donation into account number: 03 0518 0211216 00;

       OR

  • As a Lent donation into account number: 03 0518 0211216 03

Make sure you include the following details in the reference section:

  • Your Caritas Reference number (if known)

  • Or your surname (including initials if space allows)

We also recommend that you email us to advise us of the deposit, which Appeal you would like the donation to go towards, your postal address for receipting purposes, and your phone number if we need to contact you.

 

Donate offline

  • By credit card:  phone us on 0800 22 10 22 to make a credit card donation (during office hours: Mon-Fri 8.30-5pm).

  • By automatic payment:  download the automatic payment form here then post to Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand Freepost 689, PO Box 12193, Thorndon, Wellington 6144.

  • By cheque:  send a cheque (made payable to Caritas) to Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand Freepost 689, PO Box 12193, Thorndon, Wellington 6144.

  • By telephone: call 0900 4 11 11 to make an automatic $20 donation to Caritas' work - a debit in the name of 'Caritas' will be added to your next telephone bill. [Solidarity with Syria Appeal]

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